Beyerdynamic DTX 710 - Auriculares de diadema abiertos
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Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 16 - 23000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 3m
Obstrucción: 32 Ohmio
Sensibilidad de auricular: 97 Db
Sistema acústico: abrir
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
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Sound quality is really good, don't compare to the ones that are $150+ and you should be fine. They also come with a 3.5 to 6.3mm jack.
To the person who's complaining about the headphones not fitting over their ears, I don't know how you're having this problem. I haven't had this issue at all, and I have them on for hours at a time (and I wear glasses). A friend of mine has used it too, and he didn't seem to have any issues either.
- It has bass (not too much so it gets annoying) produces a really full sound from it though.
- Frequency response time is pretty good.
- It's only about 50 bucks.
- Actually fairly comfortable it's made out of a velvet like outside with pretty stretchy foam.
- Fits around my ears
- I can wear it for at least 4 hours without stress/warmth
- Pretty durable plastic/movement hinges.
- Only nagging thing is the cord: it's not coiled, 10 feet long and super sturdy,so when it gets in my way when I am on the computer I get annoyed.
Overall a decent pair of headphones for the price has a pretty full sound to it and is not as power hungry as skullcandy's so you can still hear things at a lower dB rating (volume). Think that if I had the money I would get the ATH M50 series because it sounds a bit more full sounding. But this is a third of the price and it sounds almost as good. Definitely happy with them so far. Will update about the durability within months.
Perhaps one of the best things about these headphones is that although out of the box they aren't boosted in any freq range for the most part, they handle changes in EQ (iTunes, MPC, Winamp) incredibly well. Even when they *should* distort because of overboosting, they don't. But it's somewhat likely that you won't like the sound right out of the box; I suppose that could be a flaw in ease of use. Similarly malleable to your preference is the soundstage. They're open-back 'phones, but adjust the headband angle a bit for a tighter fit, and you can get a sound approximating closed headphones. Alternatively, wear them a bit loose and you'll get a fairly wide stage.
What happens is the soft ear pads push on the ears, stop blood flow, and that is eventually painful.
The phones have good sound, but you can't wear them very long. I returned these under "Not as described".